Is Big Telecom Out Of Control?
Imagine a world in which there was only one telephone company. A world in which government passed laws to curb telecom competition. A world in which...hold on a minute! That's
Costa Rica May Criminalize VoIP
The growing surge in international VoIP calls has caused the state-owned telecommunications monopoly in Costa Rica to propose legislation that could criminalize the use of Internet telephone calls.
No Strings Attached
Software vendors are just starting to dream up the applications that will leverage third- and fourth-generation wireless technology. (Originally published in Information Week)
Eclipse - Not just for developers anymore
Earlier this week Sybase announced they would sponsor and lead a proposed Data Tools Project for Eclipse and will exhibit new developer tools for the Eclipse platform at EclipseCon. Sybase isn't the first, and certainly won't the last, major ISV...
Best Gigabit Ethernet Switches For SMBs
Gigabit Ethernet is becoming practical for smaller companies. Here we look at Gigabit Ethernet switches priced from $60 to about $1,200.
SMC priced from $60 to about $1,200.
Getting Active on Defense
Network owners and individual users are starting to take action against attackers rather than simply blocking their attempts at intrusions and scams.
Telecom Mergers Stomp on Competition
Enterprises will soon have fewer service provider choices than ever, from companies that claim to be able to do it all. Has the industry lost all the promises offered by
University's New WLAN Cuts Out Uninvited APs
The University of Miami's IT team hopes a new WLAN will eliminate channel interference and tighten security, thereby helping it gain control of the multiplying rogue access points that had
In this edition we look at ipMonitor's ipMonitor 7.5, TeaLeaf Technology's RealiTea 4.5, TriSixty Security's Security Suite and F5 Networks' Big-IP 6800 Application Switch.
You Are Your Worst Security Liability
While IT managers scramble to buy products to guard against external threats, they're ignoring the enemy within: Their own errors in setting up network security.
IP PBX Revenues Up 72 Percent
Revenues from private branch exchanges that support the Internet protocol along with analog connections to the traditional telephone network increased 72 percent last year.
Linux Gets Real
If you run a network, you can't rely on Linux, right? Because it's Open Source software, you can't get support for it, there's no standard version you can rely on,
Stand And Deliver
Many companies struggle with an 80-20 split between maintenance and innovation. Here's how some have closed the gap.
CEO Minute: Network Physics' David Jones
Tune in to hear Bruce Boardman discuss the importance of monitoring IP transactions' flows with David Jones, President and CEO of Network Physics. Plus, find out how Mr. Jones intends
Intel Developer Forum To Focus On Platforms
At its upcoming developers' forum, Intel will provide new details on its latest processor advancements and Star Technologies; it will also disclose a new development called I/O Acceleration Technology.
A Look At Cisco's Self-Defense Plan
Cisco Systems last week took the next step in its quest to develop self-defending networks, rolling out a spate of new products, software enhancements and services designed to minimize risks
Qwest To Renew Bid For MCI
Qwest plans to submit a renewed -- and possibly sweetened -- bid for MCI after being snubbed by the long-distance company in favor of a $6.7 billion cash-and-stock bid from
Metro Wi-Fi: Shooting the Messenger?
Enterprise IT professionals who have deployed large-scale Wi-Fi networks have long understood that much higher build-out costs are required to deliver secure, reliable and scalable services.